Friday the 13th Part 3 in 3D released Aug. 13, 1982
Friday the 13th Part III is the third film in the Friday the 13th series. The 1982 movie was the first film in the series to feature Jason Voorhees wearing a hockey mask that has become his prominent trademark. The film was released theatrically in 3-D. Much like its sequel Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, this film was intended to end the series. Unlike its sequel and the later film, Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, this film did not include a moniker in its title to indicate as such.
Tagline: A New Dimension In Terror…
Some of the deaths were edited in order to avoid an “X” rating, including: Andy’s death, which showed his right leg being cut off and his stomach being torn open; Vera’s death was cut of bloodshed and her subsequent reaction (this was cut for supposedly looking “too real”); Edna’s death was cut of excessive blood flow; Chili’s impalement with the red-hot poker was cut of steaming blood hitting the floor; Debbie’s original death showed blood spraying across her chest and face.
Allan A. Apone … special visual makeup effects
Larry Carr … assistant makeup artist
Shannon Ely … hair stylist
Carl Fullerton … makeup effects
Louis Lazzara … assistant makeup artist
Cheri Minns … makeup artist
Kenny Myers … assistant makeup artist
Frank Carrisosa … special visual makeup effects
Douglas J. White … special visual makeup effects
Stan Winston … makeup artist (uncredited)
Special Effects Department
Martin Becker … special effects
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